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Grand Sichuan

  1. Health Department
    Grand Sichuan’s UWS Outpost Reopens After DOH ShutterIt’s safe to eat scallion pancakes again.
  2. Temporary Closures
    Grand Sichuan on Ninth Avenue Shuttered by DOH
  3. Lists
    No. 1–10 ChineseA new list of the city’s top Chinese restaurants.
  4. Lawsuits
    Chinese Knockoffs: Grand Sichuan Cops to Menu Copying, and New $10M AccusationsMr. Chow is now accusing Philippe of harassment (via prank calls) and property damage, among other things.
  5. User's Guide
    A Brief History of Restaurant Rip-off LawsuitsMr. Chow isn’t the first to sue for identity theft. But could he be the first to win?
  6. The New York Diet
    David Carr’s Epic Search for the Perfect Pork BunWhat better way to celebrate the publication of ‘The Night of the Gun’ than with a Night of the Bun?
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Food at Grand Sichuan; Vive La Marqueta!What will be the hottest spot in the Hamptons and the East Village’s latest Frankie’s, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  8. In the Magazine
    Secrets of Grand Sichuan, and Welcome to ScarpettaOlana and Mia Dona reviewed, the Grand Sichuan man speaks, and Scott Conant returns with Scarpetta.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Jim Leff Maps Out Culinary Touchstones in Jackson HeightsBrooklyn Heights: National chain Five Guys Burgers and Fries in construction on Montague Street. [Brooklyn Heights Blog] Fort Greene: Next Wednesday, Stonehome Wine Bar will host a four-course wine-tasting dinner as a toast to spring. [Brooklyn Record] Hell’s Kitchen: Grand Sichuan is closed while the outlet tries to regain its lost lease; loyal diners missing the “We would be two—love birds flying wing to wing on high” dish are distraught. [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine] Jackson Heights: Chowhound founder Jim Leff finally provides a map of the neighborhood’s culinary touchstones. [Chowhound via Gothamist] Park Slope: An employee spills that D’Agostino will close at the end of April. [Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn] Whole Foods set to open summer 2008 not giving much relief to neighbors still fearing the property is toxic. [Gowanus Lounge] Prospect-Lefferts-Gardens: New deli on Washington Avenue opens; wide selection of do-rags already turning heads. [across the park]
  10. At the Market
    Chicken Soup for the House-Bound SoulRight now there are two kinds of New Yorkers: those with a cold, flu, cough, sniffle, ache, or fever, and those trying to ward off everyone else’s germs. Our advice: Stay close to home, and let the chicken soup and orange juice come to you.